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The proven premise of The Calcium Key is simple: eat more calcium-rich foods, lose more weight. Backed by patented, peer-reviewed research in study after study, Dr. Zemels revolutionary weight-loss program reveals the precise portions of mostly low-fat dairy foodsyogurt, milk, even the cheeses you lovethat will work wonders for your individual weight-loss needs. This easy and delicious plan features foods that are not only downright delicious but are also scientifically proven to satisfy your appetite and reduce hunger. Youll get thin the safe way while enjoying every meal.
Brought to life with the inspiring stories of real people Dr. Zemel has worked with, The Calcium Key shows you how to:
Filled with customized meal plans for your individual needs and packed with dozens of recipes for main courses, soups, snacks, side dishes, and desserts, The Calcium Key is a breakthrough diet book that shows you how to lose weight by eating the foods you love.
"Wow--a diet book that is actually based on science! At long last, a book that combines the valid research to support its claims, simple explanations on determining how to put the proven methods into action, and meal plans and recipes to encourage the reader. I literally went and got myself a piece of cheese as I read chapter three and have added low-fat yogurt to my shopping list."
--Alice Domar, Ph.D., author of the bestselling Self-Nurture, Assistant Professor at Harvard Medical School, and Director of the Mind/Body Center for Womens Health at Boston IVF
"The Calcium Key is a new direction for weight loss that is healthy, tasty and easy. Getting three servings a day of low-fat milk, cheese, or yogurt instead of some of your current choices will burn fat, reduce calories and change how your body looks."
--George L. Blackburn, M.D., Ph.D., S. Daniel Abraham Associate Professor of Nutrition,
Harvard Medical School; and Chief, Nutrition Metabolism Laboratory, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
"Zemel paints on an amazingly broad canvas. . . . He shows how calcium operates at every step of the way--and why a high calcium intake is important for everyone throughout life."
--Robert P. Heaney, M.D., John A. Creighton University Professor and Professor of Medicine at Creighton University
Now the truth can be revealed: cheese, yogurt, and milk are all powerful ingredients in the war against fat. Now you can enjoy the low-fat dairy foods you like as part of a sensible weight-loss plan that really works with the help of The Calcium Key.
when I was young I was thin even if I ate full fat milk and yogurt and diary, we used butter and lard, my mood was balanced and I was full of energy....then.... Read morePublished on August 29, 2012 by Laura
It is nice to have a book with reasonable scientific theory and actual test results. My only real interest here is if dairy/calcium really are proven to be so beneficial and the... Read morePublished on February 1, 2005 by The Mad Doctor
Not having read a whole lot of diet related books I was a bit concerned that this book would be too technical, and the that the diet would be too difficult to try to follow. Read morePublished on February 1, 2004
I love dairy products -- milk, cheese, yogurt -- but rarely allowed myself to have them because I (incorrectly) thought that in order to "diet" I had to stay away from... Read morePublished on January 26, 2004
This is a meticulously researched, easy-to-read guide to the great importance of calcium in weight loss. Read morePublished on January 23, 2004 by Anagram
For years, I wondered whether there weren't more successful ways of dieting than those that we hear about from the press, and from friends who are constantly dieting. Read morePublished on January 23, 2004
I found The Calcium Key to be a real surprise to my usual thinking about dairy and weight loss. The recipes are great. The book is easy to read. Read morePublished on January 23, 2004
This book is definitely worth a read. If such a harmless, healthy way to encourage fat matabolization exists, why not try it?Published on January 23, 2004